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The Booksie Classic House

A woman who killed a fellow woman, but she has no memory of it. She unveils a mystery surrounding herself and is all the more bewildered at her memories. Follow her in this thrilling short story with twists that will leave you haunted. Read More
Mind-control experimentation conducted by United States intelligence services appears to have begun around the time of World War II. Prior to World War II, the Office of Strategic Services set up a "truth drug" committee that experimented with the effects of mescaline, various barbiturates, and scopolamine on humans before… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Her childhood has never been normal, she was born with a unique skill...the sight. Her dreams held the future and her as a prisoner. The sight, shows her the future good and bad, anyone and everyone will betray her to get a taste of what the future holds. Read More
Will Rebecca give in to the power of social media? Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Innocence is something that is hard to keep when you live the life of a girl named Faith. Parents divorced, faith has had it rough her whole life. Nearly beaten to death when young by her own mother. She is a young teenage girl who will press anybody's buttons and… Read More
this is an idea i had at work today. ive been wanting to write and im realising i need work. but this is my start. Read More
A logical guide toward living by grace and love, utilizing the benefits of neuro-plasticity, logic, the wisdom of pious religions, and common sense. Read More
A short story about an an average girl attempting to untie herself from society. Read More
When wealthy Russian investors contract L.A. psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the Dreemweever exceeds all expectations. Everything is on track for delivery and a big payday, until two adventurous stoners steal his Dodge Challenger that, unknown to them, contains the Dreemweever in its trunk. Fischer… Read More
I enjoy medieval-themed fiction and I quite frequently like to use such metaphors in my poems. I hope you enjoy this. And it was so fun searching for helmet pictures! :) Read More
Knight Hale has always been able to see ghosts, unknown to him; he has the ability to cast idle souls into his command. Although, given the skills, looks and talent, he is an arrogant self-centered man with an undeniably huge ego. Because of his rude and insolent actions he was… Read More
Down the rollar coaster, All love shatters, Merely memories remain, Thinking of the old days. Read More
Have you ever really listened to music? Sometimes it's not what we hear that can harm us, but what we can't. When a college science professor harnesses the ability to read and control human thoughts through radio transmissions, he's kidnapped and not heard from again. Meanwhile, a string of grotesque… Read More
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